Where do I begin with documentation? Let's break down the planning cycle!
Explore and engage with the indicators in a practical way
This 2 part session offers you a chance to engage in action research around gender in your classroom.
Carla Rinaldi (2013) challenges us to establish the use of reflective practice as a collective and collaborative process within daily practice in our services.
This session will support educational leaders to understand their role within the National Quality Framework.
‘Becoming’ a new director is exciting and challenging. We can set you off on a successful journey and ensure you have access to the tools and information needed.
We will explore the importance of each step of the planning cycle and identify ways to document and demonstrate this for each child and the group.
Come and join Torres Strait Islander, Elder Uncle Eddie Peters, for an insight into Torres Strait Islander culture through an exploration of dance, history and language.
This session supports educators in their understanding of early speech and language development of young children.
Unpack your final Assessment and Rating report and use the valuable information to support your next round of QIP writing.
Spend the day learning simple marketing and digital marketing principles and techniques to develop a marketing plan that supports your service viability!
OSHC educators can be better prepared to work responsively with children affected by trauma when they understand trauma
In this popular session we will unpack and articulate the purpose of observations, gain insight into the when, how and what to notice and write about children.
Starting intervention as early as possible is the best way to support the development of children with learning or physical difficulties.
Come and learn about the trauma, how it impacts on children and how we, as educators, can support children within our learning environments.
Are you ready for a hands-on day? A chance to connect with other educators and hear about the sustainable practices happening at other services?
Are you responsible for starting or renewing your QIP? Is your team engaged in this work? Self-assessment is where you start.
Develop your capacities to be a strong, empathetic and visible leader so that you can bring out the best in your staff team.
Following on from the first of these sessions we look at more responsibilities of Directors' and how to mange your time, resources and people.
As an educator in OSHC you play an important role in the lives, wellbeing and mental health of the children attending your program.
This lecture developed by UniSA will explore pedagogical documentation and its purpose, elements, characteristics and how it links to an ongoing cycle of planning.
Come along and engage with peers in a thought provoking session that explores Interactions & how they impact on wellbeing and influence our day and relationships.
Come and join Melissa Von Senden, a Narungga and Ngarrindjeri Educator working with infants and toddlers on Kaurna land here at Gowrie SA.
Bring fresh air into the room, catch soap bubbles and experience that air is so much more than ‘nothing’.
Identify strategies for intentional teaching or intentionality within your own pedagogy and consider ways to nurture children’s creativity and learning dispositions.
In this session we will explore communication between children, families and educators and its importance in literacy and numeracy development.
One person alone cannot lead an early childhood service. Leadership that is distributed throughout a service can provide the level of support necessary
Loose parts have become a familiar term in our planning and environments but why?
Learn about the history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Explore opportunities to authentically engage with Aboriginal culture and communities within your service.
This session is perfect for you if you have recently started OR completed your Reconciliation journey. With guest presenter Shona Reid, Executive Director, Reconciliation Australia
This session will inspire and motivate you in your work to support children to make sense of their behaviour whilst meeting your goals of building strong relationships.
How often do we as Educators, take time to think about creating lightness and enjoyment in the activities and environments we offer and share with the children?
We communicate everyday - but do we communicate effectively? This session will look at using key skills and strategies to effectively communicate.
Are you responsible for managing finances in your service? Are you unsure about your responsibilities or where to seek help?
This interactive session will have everyday literacy and numeracy experiences set up so participants can 'play' as well as learn.
Learn how to develop project work that can engage children in deep and sustained learning across the curriculum through long and short term planning.
How can we use the provocations from the Reggio Emilia approach to think reflectively and develop practices that support great learning for children?